Discussion in 'General Trek Discussion' started by Kes2370, Jul 10, 2011.
ENT, "Fallen Hero"
Just finished Generations.
Best movie memory ever...
My four year old son pats me on the shoulder and says, "it's okay Daddy, good guys always come back to life" after Kirk dies the second time.
TNG - "First Duty"
DS9 - The Homecoming/The Circle/The Siege
"The Lights of Zetar" (TOS).
Fair Trade (VOY). A good episode with a fine performance by Ethan Phillips (as usual) plus a nice message about telling the truth.
I've been kind of marathoning to the end of Season 5 of DS9 the last few nights. Last night watched Disc 6: Soldiers of the Empire, Children of Time (Great episode), Blaze of Glory (So much better than For the Uniform and one of the best episodes of the season) and Empok Nor (Creepy and crazy Garek is fun Garek).
I watched a ton of DS9 this weekend. Last night was In the Cards, Call To Arms, A Time to Stand, Rocks and Shoals. Tonight and today was finishing up the occupation arc (Sons and Daughters, Behind the Lines, Favor the Bold, Sacrifice of Angels) and You Are Cordially Invited.
I do think that stretch of DS9 is a lot cooler watching really close together. You really get a sense of how much of an arc based series DS9 became, even though after this stretch it kind of returns to an episodic nature.
TNG's "Hollow Pursuits" late last year.
Watched VOY: Pathfinder yesterday
Yes! I'm also planning a DS9 marathon myself next.
TNG - "I, Borg". Great stuff, especially because we got to see a darker side of Captain Picard.
Court Martial (TOS)
Star Trek: The Motion Picture (theatrical edition)
DS9 - "Invasive Procedures"
Skin of Evil (TNG)
"We'll Always Have Paris" (TNG)
What You Leave Behind (DS9)
Getting a feel for Ezri by watching all of season 7 again while writing my new fic Aventine...
TOS "The Tholian Web", and "Wink of an Eye", both remastered versions.
You Are Cordially Invited (Ds9)
"Best of Both Worlds", both parts. Three seasons (plus one episode) down, four to go.
Oh, are you watching everything TV TNG?
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